Indian, Chinese troops disengage in Eastern Ladakh, but decades-old ambiguity in demarcation of LAC remains unsolved
The perceptions of the two countries about the LAC vary widely, and there is huge disagreement even on its length.
Imran Khan will ‘forcefully’ raise Kashmir issue at UN General Assembly, says Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan will "forcefully" raise the Kashmir issue before the international community during his address to the UN General Assembly next month in New York, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said.
Article 370 revoked: Pakistan’s overt and covert options against India on Kashmir are limited, ineffective and self-damaging
Pakistan has no real or tangible leverage over India to force it to reverse its decision on revoking Article 370. What it can do, and will desperately try to do is to foment trouble inside Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan suspends Samjhauta Express train service with India; railway minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed says it will not operate till he holds post
Pakistan's railway minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said the bogies of the Samjhauta Express will now be used for passengers travelling on the occasion of Eid.
Rahul Gandhi urges Narendra Modi to clarify Donald Trump's claim that he was asked to mediate in Kashmir issue
Rahul Gandhi questioned Narendra Modi and asked him to clarify about Donald Trump's statement saying that Modi has asked Trump to act as mediator. Gandhi further said that if the statement if true, then India's prime minister has betrayed the country's interests and the Shimla Agreement of 1972.
Wing Commander Abhinandan in Pakistan custody should be given Prisoner of War status; cases like pilot Nachiketa's tell us why
Going by the examples of prisoners of war released in the past and the state of affairs between India and Pakistan, IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan may, indeed, be considered a POW, making it vital for Pakistan to treat him humanely as per the Geneva Conventions.
Pakistan accuses India of ceasefire violations, says New Delhi turned down Islamabad's 'message for peace'
Pakistan on Saturday accused India of turning down its "message for peace" by refusing to stop ceasefire violations.
Pakistan on Wednesday summoned India's deputy high commissioner for the fourth time this month over the alleged "ceasefire violations" by Indian troops along the Line of Control.
Pakistan summoned India's Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh after one civilian was killed and three others injured in alleged ceasefire violations across LoC by Indian troops
Pakistan has been given 'concrete evidence' about its cross-border 'encouragement and support' for the protests in Kashmir, India told the UNHRC
United Nations confirms that Indian troops didn't attack their observers along LoC as claimed by Pakistan
The spokesperson for the United Nations Secretary General has rejected the claim made by Pakistan that Indian troops had attacked military observers near the LoC.
Sartaj Aziz on Monday had that the SIT from Pakistan may visit Pathankot in March and that his country was pursuing the investigation seriously
In a written reply, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh said that government continues to take all necessary steps to safeguard India's territorial integrity and safety and security of people.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif used a one-hour meeting on Sunday to defuse border tensions with both sides agreeing to restoring ceasefire along LoC.
The two reportedly discussed, in a time period of a little over an hour, terrorism issues, Kashmir, as well as trade and commerce